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REVIEW: Clinique 3 Step - Step (Cleansing) - Liquid Facial Soap - Mild (For Dry Skin)


Review of Clinique Liquid Facial Soap (Mild) For Dry Skin

Guest Post By: Mrittika

After being overly satisfied with the Clinique Clarifying Lotion which I received in my January Velvette Box, I decided to buy the full sized bottle of the Clarifying Lotion. But the Clinique SA convinced me to try their 3 Step Introductory Pack.

Coming to the product, the consistency of the face wash is towards thick. The first thing you’ll notice while applying the face wash is the smell of spirit/ alcohol which people with sensitive nose might not like it. I absolutely don’t agree on their ‘fragrance free’ claim of the face wash and the clarifying lotion. Now, the formula of the face wash is quite gentle and non-drying on my skin. It does not lather much but definitely leaves the face squeaky clean without making my skin crave for moisture.       

What Clinique Claims:

Its how great skin begins. Leaves skin feeling clean, comfortable, refreshed, without drying. Preps skin for the next steps.

Price of Clinique Liquid Facial Soap:  

Rs. 1850 for 3 Step Introductory Pack (containing Liquid Facial Soap - 50 ml, Clarifying Lotion – 100 ml, Dramatically Different Moisturizing Lotion – 30 ml)

Ooohhs and Aaahhhs:
Effectively removes all makeup and dirt
Gentle and non-drying formula
A little goes a long way
Every skin type will find their match

Contains alcohol
I am definitely buying the 3 step pack again.

I feel the Clinique 3 step skin care system is definitely over-hyped as it does not do any miracle to the skin, but does improve the skin texture to some extent. But I will recommend to try the Introductory Pack of the 3 step, who knows it might work wonders for your skin. 

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  1. when SA told me abu this i was totally on it :) but thinking by price i step backwrd :P ...

    1. Do give the trial pack a try Gowthami.. I feel, its totally worth it..


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